"Backtesting trading strategies does not work!”
Got your attention?
Maybe you agree with this statement.
Perhaps you strongly disagree and you’re currently heading out to the backyard to grab your pitchfork.
Or maybe you’re shaking your head thinking ‘what the heck swanny, have you finally lost it man?’.
Well, the good news is I haven’t lost it (yet). We're going to dive deeper into this statement in the podcast episode today.
But first, I'd like to introduce our guest - John Ehlers.
John is a friend of the show. He’s been a guest multiple times, discussing topics such as cycles, indicators and digital signal processing. In our chat today we’re going to tackle robustness and also intraday trading.
Some of the things you’ll hear on the show today are:
So lets jump over to my chat now with John Ehlers.
As Warren Buffet once said: "the stock market is a manic depressive.”
The market can be full of euphoria and greed one moment, and switch to fear and panic the next.
This can often be a time of danger and high-risk for some traders, but for other traders it’s a time of immense opportunity.
In this podcast episode we’re joined by special guest Larry Connors.
Larry has over 30 years in the financial markets industry and has been featured on the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Dow Jones, & many others.
He has been providing high-quality, data-driven trading research for over 15 years, and I’m sure that many BST listeners have a stack of his books on their bookshelf. I definitely do!
In my chat with Larry you'll discover: